Sep 23, 2015
Mexico’s Four Economies Reflect Regional Differences, Challenges
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas: Mexico is a country of contrasts, its geography varying from deserts to jungles, mountains to beaches. Such differences extend to the economic characteristics of Mexico’s four regions: the manufacturing north, the agrarian north-central, the service-based central and the energy-producing south (Chart 1).
Such economic specialization has contributed to significantly different levels of development—evident in persistent and often worsening disparities in standards of living. Read more.